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Your oppinon on what it is worth

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Scott (TN)

05-31-2002 22:09:06

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I know you guys are tired of hearing this question, but I know absolutly nothing when it comes to Allis tractors. Looking at a ca, do not know the year but it has fresh paint, good tires, narrow front, and runs very well. The asking price is $1950.00. Also has an after market 3pt hitch. THis is going to be just a machine for my son and grandaughter (3 weeks old) to use. Maybe cut grass and that is about it. I live in the Memphis, TN area. Is this a fair price? Also, are wide fornt ends availalbe for this machine? If, so how difficult is it to change?
Thanks much in advance for all of your thoughts!!!

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06-02-2002 10:27:32

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 Re: Your oppinon on what it is worth in reply to Scott (TN), 05-31-2002 22:09:06  
Yes it is definetly worth it. I would recomend finding a wide front off of a c allis in a junkyard and putting on it. I was at an auction that one in fair condition (bad paint was it) sold for 2100! I can help answer alot of questions about ca's i have owned 1 and drove 3 others.

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06-01-2002 23:27:01

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 Re: Your oppinon on what it is worth in reply to Scott (TN), 05-31-2002 22:09:06  
the deal on the c.a sounds ok for memphis, but 100 miles out of town it would be 500.00 less, the ca is a good tractor but the narrow front is easier to turn over on hillsides, in ditches or holes, be carefull if this is a first tractor, they do good work but just don't get wild hope this helps Gordon-(TN)

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06-01-2002 21:05:19

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 Re: Your oppinon on what it is worth in reply to Scott (TN), 05-31-2002 22:09:06  
Without having seen it, I don't know that I would pay any more than that. Machines of that size are very popular for mowing here. If it had a mower, however, I wouldn't hesitate to pay that for it.

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Mike R. in N.C.

06-01-2002 05:41:01

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 Re: Your oppinon on what it is worth in reply to Scott (TN), 05-31-2002 22:09:06  
My experience is a running CA is worth 900-1200 dollars. From there add for tires,paint,completeness, meaning lights,breather,things that cost to replace, how straight is the metal and having the three point already is a 300-500 dollar plus. hand clutch if it's working,and as you have guessed the wide front tractors are more popular and bring a little more. Changing them isn't a problem, it's just four nuts holds it to the front of the engine and fooling with taking the radiator and sheetmetal off the nose. A nice wide front could run you 375-600 depending on who has it. If the one you are looking at is nice I'd say it's not too low or too high but about fair market value.

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